- 22 months ago
You can find my build here. The issue I’m having is that it seems that the graphics card is overheating possibly because of air in the waterblock. I was playing Rainbow 6 siege on originally on max settings 1080p which seems like it would be no problem for a 1080ti, but I was only getting around 120 FPS and it would frequently dip to around 20. I opened task manager on my other monitor and saw that the game was at 100% gpu usage and only 50% cpu. After closing the game out I opened EVGA and asus’ software to check temps and the cpu temp was in the 30s while the gpu was at 80. That was a minute or two after I closed out the game so I imagine it was running even hotter while gaming. I also had similar experience for battlefield 4 if that helps.